TaRL Blog

Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) news and insights from around the world.

Teaching at the Right Level Website Launch

J-PAL Africa and Pratham have launched a new Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) website in response to growing demand from governments, schools, and NGOs for details on TaRL methodology and implementation. In recent years, education stakeholders have become...

From India to Zambia: A Learning Journey

Cross-posted from the J-PAL blog. How can policymakers integrate lessons from innovations proven to be effective in another context? Learning journeys can play a key role in understanding the implementation and context details which drove a program’s impact and might...

Adapting a new educational approach to francophone West Africa

Cross posted from the J-PAL blog. In francophone West Africa, despite progress made in primary school enrollment rates, students’ learning levels remain low throughout primary school. For example, in Côte d’Ivoire, more than half of students did not reach a...

Teaching at the Right Level: Inside the classroom

Cross-posted from the J-PAL blog. The application of the Teaching at the Right Level (TaRL) approach in Zambia, through the Ministry of General Education’s Catch Up program, provides an opportunity to capture key aspects of TaRL in an African context. TaRL...

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